Definition of Interruptors

1. interruptor [n] - See also: interruptor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interruptors

interrupter
interrupter gear
interrupters
interruptest
interruptible
interruptible load
interrupting
interrupting time
interruptingly
interruption
interruptionless
interruptions
interruptive
interruptless
interruptor
interruptors (current term)
interrupts
inters
intersample
interscale
interscalene triangle
interscapular
interscapular gland
interscapular hibernoma
interscapular reflex
interscapulars
interscapulothoracic
interscapulothoracic amputation
interscapulum
interscendent

Literary usage of Interruptors

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1. Wireless Telegraphy: Its History, Theory and Practice by Archie Frederick Collins (1905)
"... CHAPTER X. interruptors. PRACTICAL. The evolution of the modern high-class induction coi) has called forth much effort and ingenuity in providing a ..."

2. Wireless Telegraphy: Its History, Theory and Practice by Archie Frederick Collins (1905)
"... CHAPTER X. interruptors. PRACTICAL. The evolution of the modern high-class induction coil has called forth much effort and ingenuity in providing a ..."

3. A Practical Introduction to Medical Electricity by Armand de Watteville (1884)
"interruptors. FIG. 71. THERE are two modes of interrupting the current during an application. First, by leaving one of the electrodes in contact with the ..."

4. The Design & Construction of Induction Coils by Archie Frederick Collins (1908)
"Price List of Simple Spring interruptors. For %-inch coil $1.0« For 1-inch coil 1.50 For 2-inch coil 2.09 TABLE LXV. ..."

5. The Electromagnet, and Electromagnetic Mechanism by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1891)
"Ordinary tuning- fork interruptors, such as those above described, are not good enough for this purpose. The snarling sounds that they emit prove that their ..."

6. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1882)
"To the other battery terminal, by means of a double or branched conducting cord, attach two small electrodes, with current-interruptors; and, ..."

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